Henry Wilson makes US debut at Matter, NYC

New York City furniture retailer MATTER launches Henry Wilson’s A-joint range. Henry Wilson’s reputation for intelligent re-use and clean, well-conceived design has impressed us since his early, breakout hits: his reprisal of the 1930s ‘Anglepoise’ lamp, and soft leather slip cover tailored to the famous ‘Tolix’ chair. His considered approach recently caught the eye of … Continue reading

Mokum Launches ‘Metropolis’ Collaboration with Catherine Martin

Catherine Martin, lover of all things Art Deco and dabbler in Chinoiserie, has just collaborated with New Zealand-based textile company Mokum on a collection of fabric and wallpaper inspired by The Great Gatsby.

Paspaley’s New Collection is Inspired By Adventure

Crystalline topaz and pops of mandarin, grounded by smoky quartz and classic pearls, have made for one of the most vibrant Paspaley collections yet, Viva by Paspaley.

Win a GQ Svbscription Box

Staying true to its dedication to style and opulence, GQ Australia has teamed up with New York-based Melbourne outfit Svbscription to offer an exclusive, limited-edition package filled with carefully selected products by renowned Australian designers.

Andrew Burns Picks the 9 Best Buildings in Australia

Sydney-based architect Andrew Burns, designer of Australia House in Japan, guest blogs about the best-designed buildings in the country.

Circa Home Launches Florence Broadhurst Collaboration

Circa Home has collaborated with Signature Prints to create a range of soy candles and diffusers utilising the classic prints of late Australian designer Florence Broadhurst.

The Dinner Party by Scholten & Baijings at LDF

It’s well known that creating a well-designed vignette is the key to displaying furniture – but does the same rule apply to dinnerware? Dutch designers Scholten & Baijings came up with a way to evoke the mood of their collections by crafting a dinner party scene at this year’s London Design Festival.

Interview with New Zealand Design Brand Resident

It’s to be expected that a design brand born in New Zealand would land its first international distributor in its closest Antipodean cousin, Australia – but not so for the Auckland-based Resident.

National Architecture Awards Finalists Announced

Launching the largest awards program of its kind in the world, the National Architecture Festival – run by the Australian Institute of Architects – has announced its shortlist of 60 architectural projects from around Australia and the world.

Things to See and Do at London Design Festival 2013

As one of the world’s centres for design and industry, London can be a bit overwhelming – particularly if a citywide festival has brought thousands to the already buzzing metropolis. Planning is essential, so here’s our pick of a few things to see and do during London Design Festival, which starts this Saturday.